1950s Housewife Tries LSD

A “stable, well-balanced” housewife describes her experience after receiving a 100 gama dose of LSD-25 as part of government research — she served as a voluntary participant in clinical trials of the drug. She tries to express what she sees but unfortunately “can’t talk in technicolor.” She sums the journey up with, “I’ve never seen such infinite beauty…this is reality.” Luckily, people who attempt such encounters now are jailed.

157 Comments on "1950s Housewife Tries LSD"

  1. Ricky Jazzercise | Oct 7, 2011 at 8:58 pm |

    “There is no mind control conspiracy”  – It’s just that we heavily regulate which chemicals people can and can’t do, which is the easiest way to manipulate consciousness. Amazing how many people will make this argument.

  2. Ricky Jazzercise | Oct 7, 2011 at 8:58 pm |

    “There is no mind control conspiracy”  – It’s just that we heavily regulate which chemicals people can and can’t do, which is the easiest way to manipulate consciousness. Amazing how many people will make this argument.

  3. Ricky Jazzercise | Oct 7, 2011 at 4:58 pm |

    “There is no mind control conspiracy”  – It’s just that we heavily regulate which chemicals people can and can’t do, which is the easiest way to manipulate consciousness. Amazing how many people will make this argument.

    • Anarchy Pony | Oct 7, 2011 at 6:04 pm |

      Actually television is the easiest way to manipulate mass consciousness. See: well just about everything on TV.

      • Difference is: television can be actively controlled, and a trip is more… genuine?

        • Anarchy Pony | Oct 8, 2011 at 2:52 pm |

          I guess television is something that people can use to feed their preconceived worldviews, where as a drug trip is not necessarily under anyone’s control.

        • Mattroam77 | Oct 21, 2011 at 11:03 pm |

          trips can be controlled to by enviroment, music, pictures,mood, morality,concience and company

        • terrible teens | Oct 25, 2011 at 5:06 pm |

          Y’all are not getting it: the issue here is not control of the hallucinogenic experience, but control of access to hallucinogens.

      • Mattroam77 | Oct 21, 2011 at 11:01 pm |

        flashing pictures on my screen…shown to quickly to be seen…..their sending messages through my tv…their fuckin with me…………………subliminally.

    • terrible teens | Oct 25, 2011 at 5:02 pm |

      Hallucinogens cannot be used easily to manipulate consciousness. Ever wonder why marijuana is a Schedule I controlled substance? TPTB don’t like the high that THC gives people….

  4. Does Disinformation ever think to post anything negative concerning drugs, or do they just assume everyone should be on dope or LSD?

  5. Does Disinformation ever think to post anything negative concerning drugs, or do they just assume everyone should be on dope or LSD?

    • Redacted | Oct 7, 2011 at 5:42 pm |

      I didn’t realize the discussion of narcotics equated advocating their use.

      • I didnt realize LSD was a narcotic

      • If every post on drugs shows it in a favorable light (“if we were all only on LSD…”) then it doesn’t promote discussion…its just boring and flaky.

        • Jin The Ninja | Oct 9, 2011 at 2:41 pm |

          Drugs are simply a legal and cultural definition. Substances, by name, can be discussed by adults, and discerned for their individual merits, and that in itself is not advocacy.  LSD is one such substance that has a proportional interest of those whom consider themselves psychonauts and those whom consider themselves civil libertarians. This equates to a generally positive connotation in the subsequent discussion. If you are not able to divorce drugs=bad from a legitimate discussion of altered consciousness / body autonomy you are not adult enough to engage in the discussion in the first place.

    • facts are. to choose to put negative spin concerning anything would be biased. see http://www.foxnews.com

    • …and that’s a bad assumption how?

    • Monkey See Monkey Do | Oct 7, 2011 at 10:36 pm |

      Watch FOX, CBS, NBC or any of the others and you’ll get your fix of negative drug story propaganda.

    • Word Eater | Oct 18, 2011 at 2:37 pm |

      “drugs” have enough positive aspects that everyone should be able to legally choose to be “on dope or LSD” if they want to.

      That is one of the points of this site: to contradict the wrongness of common wisdom.  Common wisdom says that all drugs are bad except those that are produced by pharmaceutical companies and sold to you by a pharmacist.  This is because the government acts in our best interests and restricts access to harmful substances.

      That is a fallacy and it should be exposed and explored.

      Disclosure: I have never tried an illegal drug and I frequently buy medication that is prescribed to me by a doctor to cure illnesses.  I don’t want to overthrow the system; I just want the system to be more enlightened.

    • sleepygirl79 | Oct 31, 2011 at 12:03 pm |

      No need to post anything negative about drugs; we are bombarded with that negativity all of the time.  

  6. Anonymous | Oct 7, 2011 at 9:42 pm |

    I didn’t realize the discussion of narcotics equated advocating their use.

  7. Anonymous | Oct 7, 2011 at 9:42 pm |

    I didn’t realize the discussion of narcotics equated advocating their use.

  8. facts are. to choose to put negative spin concerning anything would be biased. see http://www.foxnews.com

  9. Actually television is the easiest way to manipulate mass consciousness. See: well just about everything on TV.

  10. I didnt realize LSD was a narcotic

  11. Difference is: television can be actively controlled, and a trip is more… genuine?

  12. Every time I hear people squawk about the “negative aspects” of this sort of exploration I want to vomit.

    The nay-sayers will sit in front of their TVs swallowing the most poisonous bullshit and then complain about pyschonauts “who just use drugs to escape reality.” Really? The same way you escape reality by watching FOX “News,” or wasting your money in the mall, or going to Disneyland on “vacation?” 

    I wish we could track down the woman in this video and see what she thinks of this experiment all these years later.

  13. Every time I hear people squawk about the “negative aspects” of this sort of exploration I want to vomit.

    The nay-sayers will sit in front of their TVs swallowing the most poisonous bullshit and then complain about pyschonauts “who just use drugs to escape reality.” Really? The same way you escape reality by watching FOX “News,” or wasting your money in the mall, or going to Disneyland on “vacation?” 

    I wish we could track down the woman in this video and see what she thinks of this experiment all these years later.

  14. Nunzio X | Oct 7, 2011 at 6:12 pm |

    Every time I hear people squawk about the “negative aspects” of this sort of exploration I want to vomit.

    The nay-sayers will sit in front of their TVs swallowing the most poisonous bullshit and then complain about pyschonauts “who just use drugs to escape reality.” Really? The same way you escape reality by watching FOX “News,” or wasting your money in the mall, or going to Disneyland on “vacation?” 

    I wish we could track down the woman in this video and see what she thinks of this experiment all these years later.

    • I agree with your comments in general, but perhaps you have inaccurately classified FOX news with a personal opinion that fails to recognize FOX’s fairness and balance in its presentations.  Good education would help you refrain from such belittling of this honest cable network.

      Jim Ketchum

  15. Anonymous | Oct 7, 2011 at 10:26 pm |

    I must have done too much LDS back in the 60’s.

  16. …and that’s a bad assumption how?

  17. Monkey See Monkey Do | Oct 8, 2011 at 2:36 am |

    Watch FOX, CBS, NBC or any of the others and you’ll get your fix of negative drug story propaganda.

  18. how many mics?
     

  19. how many mics?
     

  20. it feels weird. I live right next to LA VA hospital. lol..

  21. it feels weird. I live right next to LA VA hospital. lol..

  22. you did a lot of latter day saints back in the 60’s? wow that’s weird man

  23. Anonymous | Oct 8, 2011 at 7:50 am |

    It’s totally not a Star Trek reference.

  24. Monkey See Monkey Do | Oct 8, 2011 at 9:40 am |

    I hear their sluts

  25. Lucidfir | Oct 8, 2011 at 1:59 pm |

    100… they stated in the video, a tenth of a milligram.

  26. LUCIDFIR | Oct 8, 2011 at 2:00 pm |

    What do their sluts sound like?

  27. Luzilla66 | Oct 8, 2011 at 2:22 pm |

    It’s the feeling. THEE feeling. The feeling you know is there but you can’t put your finger on it. Because you can’t point at it we’ll spend our entire lives drawing circles around its infinite beauty in a feeble attempt to bring its beauty to the eyes of another by showing what it is not. By being shown what it is not others can discover the negative space left in the center of it all; in the center of a circle. It’s between every word, between every breath, between every thought, between every note of music in this compositional symphony the whole universe is performing. Some call it God, but to even try to cage such limitless energy with a word is a dilution of its reality. THIS reality. Forget what you know about God. What do you feel? I can say these words but what do they mean to you? Subscribe to no religion; I try my hardest and yet I know that no one has the ability explain what I attempt to uncover. True wisdom can never be learned from another, only discovered for yourself.

    Do not try to see past the curtain as though some prize lay behind it. It IS the curtain. The mystery within mystery. The door to all marvels.

  28. Luzilla66 | Oct 8, 2011 at 10:22 am |

    It’s the feeling. THEE feeling. The feeling you know is there but you can’t put your finger on it. Because you can’t point at it we’ll spend our entire lives drawing circles around its infinite beauty in a feeble attempt to bring its beauty to the eyes of another by showing what it is not. By being shown what it is not others can discover the negative space left in the center of it all; in the center of a circle. It’s between every word, between every breath, between every thought, between every note of music in this compositional symphony the whole universe is performing. Some call it God, but to even try to cage such limitless energy with a word is a dilution of its reality. THIS reality. Forget what you know about God. What do you feel? I can say these words but what do they mean to you? Subscribe to no religion; I try my hardest and yet I know that no one has the ability explain what I attempt to uncover. True wisdom can never be learned from another, only discovered for yourself.

    Do not try to see past the curtain as though some prize lay behind it. It IS the curtain. The mystery within mystery. The door to all marvels.

  29. If every post on drugs shows it in a favorable light (“if we were all only on LSD…”) then it doesn’t promote discussion…its just boring and flaky.

  30. Mcmahonjoshua | Oct 8, 2011 at 4:56 pm |

    everyone here has got to be partially mentally retarded. For one none of you even understand the relatively simple drug you are taking… your all trying to bring about meaning and understanding from something which clearly distorts your point of view. I’m all for the use of the substance (done it a lot) but its people like you guys 
    (modern hippies) who draw life lessons from this shit  and make bold life judgements not realising your just an idiot under the effects of a substance and any life changing epiphany u have come up with is probably pointless or easily come by in a sober situation

  31. Mcmahonjoshua | Oct 8, 2011 at 12:56 pm |

    everyone here has got to be partially mentally retarded. For one none of you even understand the relatively simple drug you are taking… your all trying to bring about meaning and understanding from something which clearly distorts your point of view. I’m all for the use of the substance (done it a lot) but its people like you guys 
    (modern hippies) who draw life lessons from this shit  and make bold life judgements not realising your just an idiot under the effects of a substance and any life changing epiphany u have come up with is probably pointless or easily come by in a sober situation

    • Reallyreality | Oct 8, 2011 at 2:41 pm |

      Honestly I would have to disagree, I think it can bring a very therapeutic after effect, and that you can take away the fact that life is truly as beautiful as it was, and can also bring a more realisation that we are all the same, all a part of time-space rather than solely ourselves vs. the world. I would agree that you could come about this in a sober mind state, but LSD provides this almost different angle on life, which positives can be taken away from the experience.

      • LSD completely cured me of a rather serious bee phobia. As a child, I would panic at the sight of a bee. When I was a teenager, I did some experimentation with lsd. On one trip, I was in my bedroom and I heard bees buzzing in the walls. It was rather overwhelming, and I could have started panicking. But I remembered that I was tripping and I just went with the experience. I’m not sure how it happened, but after that experience, I was no longer phobic.

        This was just one of the positive benefits of LSD. However, I would like to paraphrase Houston Smith: There is a difference between the religious life and the religious experience. LSD can catalyze religious visionary experience, but that’s not the same as a careful, steady cultivation of higher consciousness.

    • I had an epiphany a year after I tried lsd for the first time. I was completely sober, and yet, it was life-changing. I think lsd had something to do with this epiphany and I know my discoveries are real because I can find the same knowledge I learnt in the work of others, the work of people who never tried lsd because it wasn’t discovered yet.
      I don’t militantly endorse the use of psychedelics because I know that lsd is only a way to reformulate what you already know, you finish your trip and the only think you get is a lesson, an example. But if you don’t have the will to see beyond, you won’t learn anything from the experience, any experience.

    • Tamezzo12 12 | Oct 8, 2011 at 10:16 pm |

      I have some points to make to refute your rather unnecessarily angry, testosterone-filled ramble:

      1. LSD, like any other drug, is a subjective experience. If you think it can help you, it probably will. If you think it will hurt you, it probably will. The attitude you’re giving off reminds me something along the lines of, “I DON’T THINK LSD HAS MEANING SO THEREFORE I KNOW I’M RIGHT AND ANYONE WHO HAS AN OPINION DIFFERENT FROM ME IS A RETARD IDIOT”. That’s so incredibly arrogant, and it makes you sound just as unintelligent as the people who say “LSD IS GOD’S GIFT ANYONE WHO DISAGREES IS A SHELTERED MORON BLAH BLAH BLAH.” You remind me of people on “ub3rk0r” youtube videos who cyber-scream at each other in all caps and call each other faggots over whether Avenge Sevenfold or Bring Me to the Horizon is better. Insulting people based on their completely arbitrary subjective opinions is just the type of petty nitpicky bullshit I hate.

      2. Apart from making the fatal error of taking your subjective opinion as literal fact, you are also ignorant about some very objective findings. [http://www.maps.org/research/psilo-lsd/] serotonergics are proven to be, in the right set and setting, profoundly helpful. If you take LSD at a party and expect to get “high”, well then hey, you will probably get really high and enjoy the social aspect, and not find any long-lasting value.
      But as repeatedly shown by MAPS (a government-licensed organization that studies the therapeutic effects of psychedelics), if people are given LSD in a clinical, therapeutic setting, where medical experts are monitoring the environment to make sure it is properly controlled, then LSD will probably be pretty damn helpful in the long run.

      3. You stereotype people who have that particular opinion about LSD (that it has long term psychological benefits). You think people who attribute a lifelong importance to lsd are “partially mentally retarded”, “hippie” “idiots”? *AHEM* allow me to read you a quote: “LSD is one of the two or three most important things I have done in my life” -Steve Jobs

      And one more thing, the people in some of those psychedelic studied included terminal cancer patients without any history of recreational drug use. Many of them said the psychedelics administered to them helped them overcome fears of death, which in turns echoes what Larry Hagman (1950s actor, star of I Dream of Jeannie) said about his LSD use.

      Oh and before you out me as just part of the retarded hippie bunch, this is all coming from someone who has never tried LSD once in their life.

      • Anarchy Pony | Oct 9, 2011 at 1:40 pm |

        I believe Watson and Crick also used LSD to help them uncover the structure of DNA.

      • I applaud your refutation of the OP’s ignorance and addend it with only one point of my own:

        Both of you would probably very much enjoy the LSD experience.  If given the chance, try it out.

    • All points of view are distortions. A sober perspective is not any more profound than a drug induced one and vice-versa. However, you must understand that entheogenic substances can unlock the chains of faulty logic that have accumulated in your mind in order for you to see a clearer nature of reality. LSD is one such substance. There’s a reason religions are rooted in shamanism.

  32. Reallyreality | Oct 8, 2011 at 6:41 pm |

    Honestly I would have to disagree, I think it can bring a very therapeutic after effect, and that you can take away the fact that life is truly as beautiful as it was, and can also bring a more realisation that we are all the same, all a part of time-space rather than solely ourselves vs. the world. I would agree that you could come about this in a sober mind state, but LSD provides this almost different angle on life, which positives can be taken away from the experience.

  33. I had an epiphany a year after I tried lsd for the first time. I was completely sober, and yet, it was life-changing. I think lsd had something to do with this epiphany and I know my discoveries are real because I can find the same knowledge I learnt in the work of others, the work of people who never tried lsd because it wasn’t discovered yet.
    I don’t militantly endorse the use of psychedelics because I know that lsd is only a way to reformulate what you already know, you finish your trip and the only think you get is a lesson, an example. But if you don’t have the will to see beyond, you won’t learn anything from the experience, any experience.

  34. Wanooski | Oct 8, 2011 at 6:51 pm |

    Fun with spelling.

  35. Wanooski | Oct 8, 2011 at 6:52 pm |

    I guess television is something that people can use to feed their preconceived worldviews, where as a drug trip is not necessarily under anyone’s control.

  36. Wanooski | Oct 8, 2011 at 6:52 pm |

    I guess television is something that people can use to feed their preconceived worldviews, where as a drug trip is not necessarily under anyone’s control.

  37. Wanooski | Oct 8, 2011 at 6:52 pm |

    I guess television is something that people can use to feed their preconceived worldviews, where as a drug trip is not necessarily under anyone’s control.

  38. Fuck you with your ” Luckily, people who attempt such encounters now are jailed.” bullshit. Infinite beauty? The fuck is wrong with that? Don’t you think that’s what the world needs? Would you prefer everyone be strung out on crack and meth? Fuck you JacobSloan, you are an idiot.

  39. Mr Willow | Oct 8, 2011 at 8:11 pm |

    Looks like somöne doesn’t easily recognise sarcasm. . . 

  40. Gunnar-Freyr | Oct 8, 2011 at 10:11 pm |

    Unluckily, the reporter of this story has a narrow mind.

  41. Gunnar-Freyr | Oct 8, 2011 at 6:11 pm |

    Unluckily, the reporter of this story has a narrow mind.

  42. he must have slow DSL

  43. I would NEVER have considered drugs if it were not for READING books and writings on/by Tom Wolfe, Ken Kesey and Timothy Leary. The Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test was MY gateway drug. The idea that a substance could alter consciousness in new and weird ways that we don’t 100% understand yet. Kind of a way to hack your brain by looking at it from a different perspective.

  44. I would NEVER have considered drugs if it were not for READING books and writings on/by Tom Wolfe, Ken Kesey and Timothy Leary. The Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test was MY gateway drug. The idea that a substance could alter consciousness in new and weird ways that we don’t 100% understand yet. Kind of a way to hack your brain by looking at it from a different perspective.

  45. Tamezzo12 12 | Oct 9, 2011 at 2:16 am |

    I have some points to make to refute your rather unnecessarily angry, testosterone-filled ramble:

    1. LSD, like any other drug, is a subjective experience. If you think it can help you, it probably will. If you think it will hurt you, it probably will. The attitude you’re giving off reminds me something along the lines of, “I DON’T THINK LSD HAS MEANING SO THEREFORE I KNOW I’M RIGHT AND ANYONE WHO HAS AN OPINION DIFFERENT FROM ME IS A RETARD IDIOT”. That’s so incredibly arrogant, and it makes you sound just as unintelligent as the people who say “LSD IS GOD’S GIFT ANYONE WHO DISAGREES IS A SHELTERED MORON BLAH BLAH BLAH.” You remind me of people on “ub3rk0r” youtube videos who cyber-scream at each other in all caps and call each other faggots over whether Avenge Sevenfold or Bring Me to the Horizon is better. Insulting people based on their completely arbitrary subjective opinions is just the type of petty nitpicky bullshit I hate.

    2. Apart from making the fatal error of taking your subjective opinion as literal fact, you are also ignorant about some very objective findings. [http://www.maps.org/research/psilo-lsd/] serotonergics are proven to be, in the right set and setting, profoundly helpful. If you take LSD at a party and expect to get “high”, well then hey, you will probably get really high and enjoy the social aspect, and not find any long-lasting value.
    But as repeatedly shown by MAPS (a government-licensed organization that studies the therapeutic effects of psychedelics), if people are given LSD in a clinical, therapeutic setting, where medical experts are monitoring the environment to make sure it is properly controlled, then LSD will probably be pretty damn helpful in the long run.

    3. You stereotype people who have that particular opinion about LSD (that it has long term psychological benefits). You think people who attribute a lifelong importance to lsd are “partially mentally retarded”, “hippie” “idiots”? *AHEM* allow me to read you a quote: “LSD is one of the two or three most important things I have done in my life” -Steve Jobs

    And one more thing, the people in some of those psychedelic studied included terminal cancer patients without any history of recreational drug use. Many of them said the psychedelics administered to them helped them overcome fears of death, which in turns echoes what Larry Hagman (1950s actor, star of I Dream of Jeannie) said about his LSD use.

    Oh and before you out me as just part of the retarded hippie bunch, this is all coming from someone who has never tried LSD once in their life.

  46. I’ve tried LSD, and it is awesome. life changing experience to feel unique, and at the same time part of the everything as one (that means universe, stars, planets, animals, humans, water, cells), wonderful simetric moving patterns, with astonishing colors. Although, I have to say I was tripping with flashbacks for 3 months after that, and had some weird experiences like hearing voices, and some freaky stuff.., I guess I have a genetical propension of having some brain diseases like skizofrenia or similar.., so I don’t us it anymore. but I’m glad I did.

  47. I’ve tried LSD, and it is awesome. life changing experience to feel unique, and at the same time part of the everything as one (that means universe, stars, planets, animals, humans, water, cells), wonderful simetric moving patterns, with astonishing colors. Although, I have to say I was tripping with flashbacks for 3 months after that, and had some weird experiences like hearing voices, and some freaky stuff.., I guess I have a genetical propension of having some brain diseases like skizofrenia or similar.., so I don’t us it anymore. but I’m glad I did.

  48. I wonder what she cooked for dinner that night?

  49. I wonder what she cooked for dinner that night?

  50. Wanooski | Oct 9, 2011 at 5:40 pm |

    I believe Watson and Crick also used LSD to help them uncover the structure of DNA.

  51. Anonymous | Oct 9, 2011 at 6:41 pm |

    Drugs are simply a legal and cultural definition. Substances, by name, can be discussed by adults, and discerned for their individual merits, and that in itself is not advocacy.  LSD is one such substance that has a proportional interest of those whom consider themselves psychonauts and those whom consider themselves civil libertarians. This equates to a generally positive connotation in the subsequent discussion. If you are not able to divorce drugs=bad from a legitimate discussion of altered consciousness / body autonomy you are not adult enough to engage in the discussion in the first place.

  52. Lmnop_nis | Oct 10, 2011 at 5:52 am |

    I wanna know what it’s gonna take for me to be able to put whatever drug I want in my body in the privacy of my own home without the possibility of incarceration. Who has the right to tell me otherwise? Nobody, because we are all on the same evolutionary step. Nobody is better than anybody. We are all equals.

  53. Lmnop_nis | Oct 10, 2011 at 1:52 am |

    I wanna know what it’s gonna take for me to be able to put whatever drug I want in my body in the privacy of my own home without the possibility of incarceration. Who has the right to tell me otherwise? Nobody, because we are all on the same evolutionary step. Nobody is better than anybody. We are all equals.

    • Butter Knife | Oct 22, 2011 at 12:56 am |

      But some are more equal than others…

    • terrible teens | Oct 25, 2011 at 5:18 pm |

      “I wanna know what it’s gonna take for me to be able to put whatever drug I want in my body in the privacy of my own home….”

      In the early 70’s the streets were flooded with cheap, powerful and readily available weed. The idea was IMHO to keep  potential protesters off of the streets. Now, at least where I live, it seems that heroin is being used to achieve that objective. However, my true point is that such easy availability is a political and historical anomaly which reflects the system feeling threatened. To get what it seems that you want, heavy political action will be required (e.g., 5 million people with bags of their own urine marching on DC to protest mandatory workplace drug-testing)

  54. This is my new favorite video. You can just see her mind being blown wide open, and it is wonderful.

  55. This is my new favorite video. You can just see her mind being blown wide open, and it is wonderful.

  56. All points of view are distortions. A sober perspective is not any more profound than a drug induced one and vice-versa. However, you must understand that entheogenic substances can unlock the chains of faulty logic that have accumulated in your mind in order for you to see a clearer nature of reality. LSD is one such substance. There’s a reason religions are rooted in shamanism.

  57. “Luckily, people who attempt such encounters now are jailed.” That is pretty stubborn, don’t you think, Jacob Sloan? It is incredibly Ironic how you write about a mind-opening experience and drug in such a closed-minded way. But I must give credit when credit is do: Good find.

  58. “Luckily, people who attempt such encounters now are jailed.” That is pretty stubborn, don’t you think, Jacob Sloan? It is incredibly Ironic how you write about a mind-opening experience and drug in such a closed-minded way. But I must give credit when credit is do: Good find.

    • I have a feeling he was being sarcastic….?

    • Steve, serious irony-detection fail.

      • Oh, you DO know what “irony” means…that’s strange. You can use it correctly in a sentence, but not recognize it’s usage as a vehicle for humor…fascinating…even…ironic.

  59. Modeleagle | Oct 18, 2011 at 4:46 am |

    1,000 mics 

  60. Modeleagle | Oct 18, 2011 at 4:52 am |

    1000 micrograms (mcg) EQUALS 1 milligram (mg)

  61. I applaud your refutation of the OP’s ignorance and addend it with only one point of my own:

    Both of you would probably very much enjoy the LSD experience.  If given the chance, try it out.

  62. Word Eater | Oct 18, 2011 at 6:37 pm |

    “drugs” have enough positive aspects that everyone should be able to legally choose to be “on dope or LSD” if they want to.

    That is one of the points of this site: to contradict the wrongness of common wisdom.  Common wisdom says that all drugs are bad except those that are produced by pharmaceutical companies and sold to you by a pharmacist.  This is because the government acts in our best interests and restricts access to harmful substances.

    That is a fallacy and it should be exposed and explored.

    Disclosure: I have never tried an illegal drug and I frequently buy medication that is prescribed to me by a doctor to cure illnesses.  I don’t want to overthrow the system; I just want the system to be more enlightened.

  63. I have a feeling he was being sarcastic….?

  64. I’m assuming that Mr. Sloan is being incredibly ironic. This video inspired me a bit more to try LSD myself. In fact, I have every intention to try it as soon as the setting is right and it’s in my possession. 

  65. I’m assuming that Mr. Sloan is being incredibly ironic. This video inspired me a bit more to try LSD myself. In fact, I have every intention to try it as soon as the setting is right and it’s in my possession. 

    • Mattroam77 | Oct 21, 2011 at 11:13 pm |

      this video has some evidence of what could happen but anyone who tells you should try it is crazy. I have seen people cut themselves jump off balcanies jump off trains scratch their face so bad it left permanant scars.it is not all cottencany and gumballs my friend. you can die. or worse you might hurt someone cut your arm off or put your head trough a mirror when you watch your face melt off.DONT DO IT!
      This drug should not be glorified. it can be nice but it can turn horribly scary too. Please dont anyof you who have not done it do it……

  66. Anonymous | Oct 19, 2011 at 5:08 am |

    Very Great Job Played by the Housewife to Promote a LSD Product.
    http://mubi.com/users/1663968

  67. ad

  68. ‘Luckily, people who attempt such encounters now are jailed.’ why? LSD is harmless due to its tiny consumption and obviously seen it that video, you are in a blissful state of mind, not wanting to harm others unless provoked or insane or of a violent nature. LSD one of the most amazing experiences you will ever undertake but frequent use can lead to insanity.

  69. ‘Luckily, people who attempt such encounters now are jailed.’ why? LSD is harmless due to its tiny consumption and obviously seen it that video, you are in a blissful state of mind, not wanting to harm others unless provoked or insane or of a violent nature. LSD one of the most amazing experiences you will ever undertake but frequent use can lead to insanity.

  70. facepalm*
    sarcasm, anyone?

  71. Bigspender2011 | Oct 21, 2011 at 8:28 am |

    Can anyone get me any LSD as i haven,t had any for forty years its about time we took a trip back down memory  lane the last experience i had with LSD was getting busted with twenty kilo’s of disco powder by customs and trying to keep a straight face 

  72. Bigspender2011 | Oct 21, 2011 at 4:28 am |

    Can anyone get me any LSD as i haven,t had any for forty years its about time we took a trip back down memory  lane the last experience i had with LSD was getting busted with twenty kilo’s of disco powder by customs and trying to keep a straight face 

    • laughing@dumbasses | Oct 21, 2011 at 11:06 pm |

      sounds like you took to much forty years ago if your asking for a hookup online……………………..idiot

  73. Raggamuffin | Oct 21, 2011 at 4:30 pm |

    “I wish I could talk in technicolour” that really does sum up an acid trip in one beautiful and abstract sentence.

  74. Raggamuffin | Oct 21, 2011 at 12:30 pm |

    “I wish I could talk in technicolour” that really does sum up an acid trip in one beautiful and abstract sentence.

  75. Mattroam77 | Oct 22, 2011 at 3:01 am |

    flashing pictures on my screen…shown to quickly to be seen…..their sending messages through my tv…their fuckin with me…………………subliminally.

  76. Mattroam77 | Oct 22, 2011 at 3:03 am |

    trips can be controlled to by enviroment, music, pictures,mood, morality,concience and company

  77. laughing@dumbasses | Oct 22, 2011 at 3:06 am |

    sounds like you took to much forty years ago if your asking for a hookup online……………………..idiot

  78. drugs suck | Oct 22, 2011 at 3:07 am |

    Not for everyone dont glorify it for those who havent used it.

  79. Mattroam77 | Oct 22, 2011 at 3:13 am |

    this video has some evidence of what could happen but anyone who tells you should try it is crazy. I have seen people cut themselves jump off balcanies jump off trains scratch their face so bad it left permanant scars.it is not all cottencany and gumballs my friend. you can die. or worse you might hurt someone cut your arm off or put your head trough a mirror when you watch your face melt off.DONT DO IT!
    This drug should not be glorified. it can be nice but it can turn horribly scary too. Please dont anyof you who have not done it do it……

  80. Butter Knife | Oct 22, 2011 at 4:56 am |

    But some are more equal than others…

  81. Steve, serious irony-detection fail.

  82. Steve, serious irony-detection fail.

  83. Oh, you DO know what “irony” means…that’s strange. You can use it correctly in a sentence, but not recognize it’s usage as a vehicle for humor…fascinating…even…ironic.

  84. Anonymous | Oct 25, 2011 at 5:06 am |

    Very Good work by the Housewife is Trying to make a More and More LSD .
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  85. Enjoyed the video. That woman was very brave considering the cultural norms of the 1950s. How she was able to maintain her composure under the bright lights, foreign environment and questioning is hard to explain. I don’t want to say that the film is a fake, because I don’t know, but I am suspect. I really can’t advocate  LSD use. The world is full of people who could benefit from from a trip to Strawberry Fields, but getting them into an environment to where they might find the trip beneficial would be a very difficult thing to achieve.

  86. Enjoyed the video. That woman was very brave considering the cultural norms of the 1950s. How she was able to maintain her composure under the bright lights, foreign environment and questioning is hard to explain. I don’t want to say that the film is a fake, because I don’t know, but I am suspect. I really can’t advocate  LSD use. The world is full of people who could benefit from from a trip to Strawberry Fields, but getting them into an environment to where they might find the trip beneficial would be a very difficult thing to achieve.

  87. terrible teens | Oct 25, 2011 at 9:02 pm |

    Hallucinogens cannot be used easily to manipulate consciousness. Ever wonder why marijuana is a Schedule I controlled substance? TPTB don’t like the high that THC gives people….

  88. terrible teens | Oct 25, 2011 at 9:06 pm |

    Y’all are not getting it: the issue here is not control of the hallucinogenic experience, but control of access to hallucinogens.

  89. terrible teens | Oct 25, 2011 at 9:18 pm |

    “I wanna know what it’s gonna take for me to be able to put whatever drug I want in my body in the privacy of my own home….”

    In the early 70’s the streets were flooded with cheap, powerful and readily available weed. The idea was IMHO to keep  potential protesters off of the streets. Now, at least where I live, it seems that heroin is being used to achieve that objective. However, my true point is that such easy availability is a political and historical anomaly which reflects the system feeling threatened. To get what it seems that you want, heavy political action will be required (e.g., 5 million people with bags of their own urine marching on DC to protest mandatory workplace drug-testing)

  90. Gypsyranger | Oct 26, 2011 at 3:07 am |

    Interesting how a discussion on a ‘oneness’ drug is so not oneness at all.

    I’ve had a couple of experiences on LSD and for now that was enough. 

    Once i remembered to calm myself down i went through s psychedelia of visual treats before the real stuff began. The edge between the conscious and subconsious was rested upon for seemingly a long time. Some of it was pretty scary, in a confronting way.

  91. Gypsyranger | Oct 25, 2011 at 11:07 pm |

    Interesting how a discussion on a ‘oneness’ drug is so not oneness at all.

    I’ve had a couple of experiences on LSD and for now that was enough. 

    Once i remembered to calm myself down i went through s psychedelia of visual treats before the real stuff began. The edge between the conscious and subconsious was rested upon for seemingly a long time. Some of it was pretty scary, in a confronting way.

  92. libtard, fuck you..still whining about fox news and bush? suck my dick…you’re an idiot.

  93. When you people learn to control your egoistic mind states and realize that the genetic addition of the reptilian brain gene by the ones who called themselves “gods”(reptilians) in the times of Sumeria caused humans to go down in consciousness limited to 10% or less of brain functionality that in fact forced them to look for their own meaning of life which deteriorated ancient civilizations to the point of being slaves to follow society or being treated as a psycho or burned on a cross for having spiritual knowledge then your so called little materialistic world of illusion and relative logic will dissipate, the Mayan calendar shows very clearly those dimensional gates when the new waves of consciousness will arrive. Wake up humanity, in reality we are infinite souls, never created,part of an all existent consciousness but also have free will so you choose heaven or hell. Peace and Love for All

  94. When you people learn to control your egoistic mind states and realize that the genetic addition of the reptilian brain gene by the ones who called themselves “gods”(reptilians) in the times of Sumeria caused humans to go down in consciousness limited to 10% or less of brain functionality that in fact forced them to look for their own meaning of life which deteriorated ancient civilizations to the point of being slaves to follow society or being treated as a psycho or burned on a cross for having spiritual knowledge then your so called little materialistic world of illusion and relative logic will dissipate, the Mayan calendar shows very clearly those dimensional gates when the new waves of consciousness will arrive. Wake up humanity, in reality we are infinite souls, never created,part of an all existent consciousness but also have free will so you choose heaven or hell. Peace and Love for All

  95. I did a lot of LSD during my days of University and over the years it has proven to be one of the biggest experiences in my life. 

  96. I did a lot of LSD during my days of University and over the years it has proven to be one of the biggest experiences in my life. 

  97. Nannnacool | Oct 27, 2011 at 2:37 pm |

    Was almost hospitalized after ‘bad trip.’ Sorry, this is not a fun drug.

  98. Nannnacool | Oct 27, 2011 at 10:37 am |

    Was almost hospitalized after ‘bad trip.’ Sorry, this is not a fun drug.

  99. Did you eat much fat around that time? I read somewhere that that easily stores psychedelics and releases it when burned.

  100. Was that drug-inspired, or did the alien conspiracies come by non-chemical means?

  101. Actually, it’s not hard to explain for the less-paranoid. She trusted the doctor.

  102. They should have provided her with crayons.

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  106. No need to post anything negative about drugs; we are bombarded with that negativity all of the time.  

  107. LSD completely cured me of a rather serious bee phobia. As a child, I would panic at the sight of a bee. When I was a teenager, I did some experimentation with lsd. On one trip, I was in my bedroom and I heard bees buzzing in the walls. It was rather overwhelming, and I could have started panicking. But I remembered that I was tripping and I just went with the experience. I’m not sure how it happened, but after that experience, I was no longer phobic.

    This was just one of the positive benefits of LSD. However, I would like to paraphrase Houston Smith: There is a difference between the religious life and the religious experience. LSD can catalyze religious visionary experience, but that’s not the same as a careful, steady cultivation of higher consciousness.

  108. I agree with your comments in general, but perhaps you have inaccurately classified FOX news with a personal opinion that fails to recognize FOX’s fairness and balance in its presentations.  Good education would help you refrain from such belittling of this honest cable network.

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